Three students from Pusat Ehsan Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam yesterday morning left for Singapore to participate in overseas exposure programme. The annual programme is organised by Singapore Airlines and the centre to encourage art and cultural excellence among special needs students.

Students were selected based on their work habits, work and poster making skills, determined from an art competition held in Brunei recently. The students will be accompanied by representatives from Pusat Ehsan Al Ameerah Al Hajjah Maryam, and Singapore Airlines, and will get a chance to explore the sights and sounds of Singapore’s famous attractions. The programme is supported by Accor Hotels and Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

Source: Radio Television Brunei